Addressing Nigeria's Escalating Food Crisis

Addressing Nigeria's Escalating Food Crisis

In the heart of Africa, Nigeria stands at a crossroads, facing an unprecedented and intensifying food crisis. This crisis, like a gathering storm, traces its origins back to the year 2014 when the nation's economy was hit by the collapse of global crude oil prices. However, the turbulence didn't end there. In the years that followed, a series of domestic and external shocks struck Nigeria's food system: the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical crisis, crude oil theft, insecurity, and extreme weather conditions.

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  • Hunger
  • Nigeria
  • Government
  • Policy Design
  • Sustainability
  • Food Crisis

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